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The NOLA Veggie Fest is the Big Easy's signature celebration of all things veggie. Join us for a N'Awlins style weekend of fun and fabulous food, as we celebrate compassionate vegan cuisine and healthy lifestyles.
There’s so much to see and do at this fun, family friendly event! Veggie festers spend the entire day sampling products, patronizing food vendors, attending cooking demos, listening to speakers, watching informational films, hearing live music, and learning about the health benefits of a plant-based diet.
Whether you’re interested in healthy eating, sustainable living, compassion for animals or, simply enjoying excellent cuisine made with veggies, then NOLA Veggie Fest is for you! We offer something for everyone and all are welcome: vegans, vegetarians, omnivores and carnivores alike! Geaux Veg Ya’ll!
DON'T WAIT! These ticket packages are available for online purchase only! Single-day passes at the door are $10 per day with tote bags available on a first come, first served basis. Event t-shirts and other merchandise available for separate purchase.
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Humane Society of Louisiana
The Humane Society of Louisiana protects and defends animals from cruelty, neglect, exploitation and mistreatment. Through our cruelty investigatiion, crime prevention, education and animal care programs, we promote nonviolence and compassion for all animals statewide.
Founded in New Orleans in 1988, the Humane Society of Louisiana leads the fight against cruelty to animals statewide. Our direct care programs have touched the lives of hundreds of thousands of animals. We are a grassroots animal protection charity with a small staff and hundreds of dedicated volunteers. We are not an affiliate of any larger group; we receive no tax funding, and we rely on private donations for support. Our campaign headquarters are located in New Orleans, and we operate and are expandingn the state's largest no-kill animal sanctuary in Mt. Hermon, the Enoch J. Donaldson Animal Sanctuary.